Gus Malzahn: Booted Player Won’t Be Back

The 'three strikes and you're out rule' apparently doesn't apply to Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn


Dee Ford Picked by Chiefs

With the 23rd overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs selected Auburn defensive end Dee Ford. How Sports Talk Florida sees the pick… The Low-Down… This winter, Ford rode the wave of a National Championship campaign that

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Greg Robinson Drafted By Rams

With the second overall pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams selected Auburn offensive tackle Greg Robinson. How Sports Talk Florida sees the pick… The Low-Down… At 6-foot-5 and 332 pounds, Robinson is an absolute monstrosity of


Tre Mason’s Stock Safe Despite Wrist Injury

One of the top running back prospects in the 2014 NFL Draft is Auburn Tigers’ Tre Mason reportedly needs

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Auburn OC Makes Excuse for National Title Loss

The BCS National Championship game may have been about 5 months ago, but the Auburn Tigers are still feeling the sting from the loss handed to them by Florida State. Apparently, Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee told that


Tre Mason: I Won’t Be Having Surgery (On Wrist)

According to a report, Auburn tailback Tre Mason will require wrist surgery that


Bruce Pearl Still Punished Until August For Previous Recruiting Violations

Bruce Pearl will still be under NCAA punishment until August for previous violations within the league.

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Bruce Pearl Hired As Head Coach For Auburn

Auburn has hired Bruce Pearl as their new head coach.

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Auburn Hires New Basketball Coach

According to College Basketball Talk, former Tennessee head coach Bruce Pearl has been named as the new coach of Auburn. The job opened up when Tony Barbee was fired last week. “I’m humbled and blessed to be back in

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Auburn Fires Head Coach

It wasn’t long after the Auburn basketball team lost to South Carolina in the SEC tournament that the Tigers made a big change to their staff. The game ended around 9:00 p.m. Wednesday and just two hours later, the